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Interview: Artist Vanessa from The Midnight Rabbit & Her Halloween Inspired Artworks

Interview: Artist Vanessa from The Midnight Rabbit & Her Halloween Inspired Artworks

Vanessa is the talented artist behind Etsy store The Midnight Rabbit where viewers fall in love with her peculiar creatures, magical characters, and fantastical stories. Her whimsical work often features Halloween inspired scenes, so I thought now would be the perfect time of year for Vanessa to shed some light on her artistic career! Read on to find out what inspires the artist, as well as to learn about her artistic process and art advice. ... Read More »

Figurative Oil Paintings by Benjamin Wu

Figurative Oil Paintings by Benjamin Wu

Benjamin Wu was born 1961 in a small village situated in outskirts of Guangzhou. Born in a middle class family, he envisioned the dream of being an artist since a very young age.   Benjamin Wu’s Background To pursue his dream, Benjamin Wu joined the prestigious Guangzhou Fine Art Institute and became one of the thirteen students to study at the institute. The course not only brought him closer to the technical details required for ... Read More »

5 Modern Art Movements in the World

5 Modern Art Movements in the World

Modern Art has witnessed the most extensive revolutions till date. This is because it has no precise definition and is completely elastic. The evolution has been highly noticeable. But some of the art movements have been distinctly alluring. Here are some of the modern art movements:   Impressionism Originated from a group of Paris based artists, this movement was started in the 19th century. The independent exhibitions during 1870s and 1880s brought the movement in ... Read More »

Vicente Romero Rodendo and his passion for Art

Vicente Romero Rodendo and his passion for Art

Vicente Romero Rodendo is a famous Spanish painter. He was born in Madrid, Spain and is the eldest among four of his siblings. As his father had a transferring job, he travelled a lot as a kid and hence was highly affected by the places he visited. He moved back to Madrid with his family at the age of fifteen. Even as a kid, he was highly interested in art and his parents thought that ... Read More »

The Best (Free) Art for Your Home

The Best (Free) Art for Your Home

Recently, we shared our tips for planning and hanging a gallery wall in your home. The great news is that if you are looking for inexpensive yet eye-catching artworks to frame and display, we’ve got you covered! Not only are the following printable artworks extremely beautiful, but they’re also completely free. This quirky and colourful cacti painting by blog Design For Soul is sure to liven up any space. It is also available in a ... Read More »

The Community Gallery – The Lightbox: Venue Review

The Community Gallery – The Lightbox: Venue Review

A warm, friendly welcome greets visitors as they enter The Lightbox gallery in Woking, Surrey. A local volunteer cheerily points people in the right direction and this voluntary, community engagement sets visitors up well for the overall atmosphere of the gallery. Set in an easily accessible town centre location, The Lightbox is a spacious and well set out gallery and museum next to the Basingstoke Canal in Woking, Surrey in the UK. It began back ... Read More »

Broadway Musical: The Book of Mormon

Broadway Musical: The Book of Mormon

A Riotous, Irreverent Take on Christian Missionaries That Still Brings Out the Laughs In its original form, The Book of Mormon is a somber tome on religion and faith. The White Man’s burden is not to be taken lightly. The Mormon missionaries are messiahs who light up the lives of the “faithless” with hope and peace. Nobody questioned these pictures that The Book of Mormon painted till its Broadway version came along and turned the ... Read More »

CJ Hendry + Her 50 Foods in 50 Days Instagram Art Series

CJ Hendry + Her 50 Foods in 50 Days Instagram Art Series

If you ask CJ Hendry what she does for a living, she would describe herself as a professional “scribbler”. The Australian artist’s hyper-realistic “scribbles” have catapulted her to international fame, with her artworks now attracting a very nice $50,000 each. Oh, and did we mention that Kanye West even has a CJ Hendry original hanging in his home? However, when the talented artist discusses her whirlwind success, she remains fairly unfazed. “I’m drawing from a ... Read More »

10 of the Best Online Art Courses

10 of the Best Online Art Courses

While in-person art classes can be a great way to learn and meet fellow like-minded art-lovers, sometimes attending these classes is simply just not possible. Whether you live in a rural area, cannot afford the more expensive in-person art classes or work long hours, the following ten courses are perfect for you. They’re all available online, meaning that they’re a fraction of the cost of traditional art classes, plus, you can access each lesson whenever ... Read More »

Must-See Art Exhibitions in the U.S.A for November 2015

Must-See Art Exhibitions in the U.S.A for November 2015

There are a number of fantastic art related events being held across the U.S during the month of November which you won’t want to miss! If you’re fortunate enough to be able to make it to any of the following, then you’re in for a real treat. New York: The Modern Museum of Art: Picasso Sculpture Exhibition September 14, 2015–February 7, 2016 Visit: http://www.moma.org/visit/calendar/exhibitions/1559 For the first time in nearly half a century, an exhibition ... Read More »

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